Lol you want to build mansions in sunny states, but you're too lazy to get out and can't handle money? I'm not trying to be offensive, but if you actually want to do something, you need to go to school and do VERY WELL. I wouldn't listen to REVS (as much as I fuck with him) about the online degree shit. Online degrees mean zero when finding a job. But he is right that you need to say in-state. Apply to all the SUNYs. If you don't get in, go to a CC for two years.
"I want to be a business man, i want to own some type of company and make bank off of it but I'm not sure what exactly."
You obviously haven't thought this out. I want to go into business too, and I have a plan thought out already. Business is a saturated market, and typically only the cream of the crop do well when making their own business. There are obviously exceptions to this. I want to go into business too; I'm currently a junior in HS and I have my plan. I'm hoping that I'll get into UF and go to the Hough business school, then after one or two years I'll be able to apply to the Fisher Accounting School @ UF. (If I don't get into UF I still have like twenty other colleges that I should be able to get into and pay for). If I do well, then I'd be able to go to a good grad school, preferrably Haas, Marshall, McIntire, McDonough, etc. Business is a broad subject, what do you want to do? Finance? And you said that you want to build mansions, do you want to be an architect or do real estate? Because real estate is simply selling. Also, real estate is a horrible market right now.
Let's break it down. You realistically only have one option: school. Then do some research as to what you actually want to go into. I'd suggest going on the Collegeconfidential or Wallstreetoasis forums, and before you ask them a question that they will brush off, do some heavy reading on their sites. If you ask this question on one of those sites, it would be the equivalent of asking "Where can I buy Supreme?" on HB. Good luck, and it won't be an easy road to take but if you can succeed, then you will do well in life (as if a HS junior would know).